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My first question to you is this: Did you buy Apple Care? If so, take it on in and let Apple diagnosis the problem.

If no Apple Care, try removing the memory modules one bank at a time, or, since memory is currently inexpensive, replace the modules with new ones.

The three beeps indicate a hardware problem, that much we know. It could be memory and then again it could be a logic board problem. If instead of buying and swapping out the modules, you would like to run a comprehensive module checker, download the free MemTest for Mac from here. The test will stress and check the modules.

Let us know the results and we can go from there.
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